April 12, 2018 RSS feed / Community

E-911 dispatchers recognized

Clarke County’s Emergency-911 dispatchers were honored at Tuesday’s Clarke County Commission meeting as part of National Public Safety Week.  More...

Tractor Supply hosting Market Day

Calling all growers, crafters and artisans: the Thomasville Tractor Supply store is inviting you to showcase your homemade and homegrown goods at its spring Market Day event Saturday, May 12.  More...

VISION GROVE HILL

About 50 people attended the third session of “Vision Grove Hill,” a new group formed to discuss the town’s needs and proposed plans for the future. The group met at the Gilmore Senior Center on April 5. More...

Arc’s Spring Jubilee postponed

The Arc of Clarke County’s Spring Jubilee has been postponed from Saturday and will be held on May 12 instead due to weather concerns. All events will be held on that date instead on April 14 as originally planned. More...

Grove Hill’s Annual Spring Cleanup April 21

Grove Hill’s Annual Spring Clean Up will be Saturday, April 21 at 8:30 a.m. Free trash bags, water and refreshments for participants. More...

ELECTRICAL UPGRADES

Many Alabama Power utility poles were replaced throughout Grove Hill a few weeks ago and now contractors are moving electrical lines from the old poles to the new ones. More...

Butts-Hinson to marry in Millry church May 5

Carlton and Carmen Butts of Frankville announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Carol Butts, to James “Luke” Hinson, son of Edward and Tonya Hinson of Grove Hill.  More...

Commissioners praise firefighters

Clarke County Commissioners praised the action of area firefighters during its work session Monday morning. More...

Historical Society to meet in Jackson

The Clarke County Historical Society will have an outing for its Sunday, April 29 meeting. More...

First US Bank’s shareholders meet will be in B’ham

In November 2017, First US Bank relocated its headquarters from Thomasville, where it had been since the bank’s founding in 1952 as the Bank of Thomasville, to a new $14.5 million facility in Birmingham. More...

‘For the Love of Art’ will be Sat., May 5

Save the Date for the Grove Hill Arts Council 2018 “For the Love of Art” Talent Showcase Fundraiser Saturday, May 5 from 6 until 8 p.m. More...

NEW UCA STAFF MEMBERS —

Meg Davis, Jackson High School senior and Casen Young of Grove Hill, freshman at Auburn University recently made Alabama UCA staff. Davis is the daughter of Marlene and Byron Davis of Jackson. Young’s parents are Tracey and Chris Young.   More...

Kathryn Tucker Windham installed in Alabama Newspaper Hall of Honor

Clarke County’s own Kathryn Tucker Windham was one of two deceased Alabama journalists inducted into the Alabama Newspaper Hall of Honor at Auburn University this past Saturday, April 7. More...

‘Coffeeville One Community’ a new organization that wants to promote and develop town

When a small group of concerned citizens met in February, 2015, to discuss the generation of growth of Coffeeville, little did they know that they, too, would grow into a subsidiary organization under the umbrella of the Clarke County Development Fou More...

Coffeeville Head Start accepting applications

Coffeeville Head Start is now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2018- 2019 school year.  CAA of South Alabama’s Coffeeville Head Start Center provides quality child development services and family supportive services at no cost More...